ANC Ekurhuleni concerned by Councillor’s arrest

Tebogo Msimanga | The African National Congress (ANC) in Ekurhuleni region says it noted the developments around the arrest of the Ward Councilor of Ward 71 on charges of theft and public violence. An ANC ward councillor was arrested on Wednesday following the unrest in the Gauteng earlier this month. ANC Ekurhuleni Regional Secretary Thembinkosi […]

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ActionSA To Lead Measures to Hold President Ramaphosa to Account on Insurrection Claims

Tebogo Msimanga | ActionSA President Herman Mashaba together with Gauteng Chairperson, John Moodey and KZN Chairperson, Dr Makhosi Khoza will hold a virtual press conference on Tuesday 27 July 2021 at 10h30. The party said the press conference will address the “casual manner” in which the Presidency and  law enforcement agencies are dealing with the […]

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Zuma granted compassionate leave

Tebogo Msimanga | Department of Correctional Services granted Former President Jacob Zuma compassionate leave in order to attend to a family bereavement. Zuma applied to the Department to attend his late brother Michael Zuma’s funeral who passed on few days ago. Department’ spokesperson Singabakho Nxumalo said a sentenced offender who is granted permission to leave […]

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Lungisa-I will sue the state if they harm my reputation

Tebogo Msimanga | Former ANC Youth League Deputy President Andile Lungisa says on Monday 19 July 2021, he was summoned and interrogated by police intelligence and the Hawks from the ‘national office’ for his role in the supposed ‘coup’/ ‘insurrection’ attempt. Lungisa said the current government has decided to recklessly characterize the protests that turned […]

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“We will clean our streets but you must clean up your cabinet”

Tebogo Msimanga | President Cyril Ramaphosa has acknowledged that his government failed to foresee and prepare for a possible attack on democracy. Ramaphosa addressed the nation on Friday evening following the looting in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal. Democratic Alliance (DA) leader John Steenhuisen said Ramaphosa should have gone further and announced his decision to immediately fire […]

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“Gauteng residents at risk of starving due to violent protests and looting”

Tebogo Msimanga | The Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng say it is very concerned that all residents of the province are at risk of starvation, especially those who are dependent on NGOs for food, and those that are working at malls, shopping centres and all other affected sectors. DA Gauteng Shadow MEC for Social Development […]

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DA to lay criminal charges against Zuma’s children and Malema

Tebogo Msimanga | The Democratic Alliance(DA) Shadow Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development,Glynnis Breytenbach, will on Wednesday,14 July 2021 lay criminal charges against Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla, Edward Zuma, Duduzane Zuma and EFF leader Julius Malema for incitement of violence. Breytenbach said in the period leading up to the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma, as well […]

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DA calls on Ramaphosa to stand up for law-abiding citizens

Tebogo Msimanga | The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it noted President Ramaphosa’s broadcast announcement on Monday night on the escalating crisis in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and other parts of South Africa. DA Leader John Steenhuisen reiterated that very little in Ramaphosa’s address offered anything new or significant in terms of measures to curb the violence, looting […]

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Why did it take Ramaphosa so long to deploy the military ?

Tebogo Msimanga | ActionSA says while it supports the decision to deploy the SANDF in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, it is a little too late. On Sunday 11 July 2021, the party called for this deployment. ActionSA Leader Herman Mashaba said it is maddening that it took so long for President Cyril Ramaphosa to provide the […]

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ANC calls members to remain calm

Just News| The African National Congress says it notes that Former President Jacob Zuma has since complied with an incarceration order issued by the constitutional court.  The former president has been admitted to start serving a 15 months sentence at Estcourt Correctional Centre, KwaZulu-Natal. Last month, the Constitutional Court found Zuma guilty of contempt of […]

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